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1 oz American Silver Eagle (Random Year)

Park Avenues’ Collection of Brilliant Uncirculated America Silver Eagles in Pristine Condition
From $34.15

1924-S $20 St Gaudens MS64 PCGS

1924-S $20 St. Gaudens MS64 PCGS Semi-Key Date The 1924-S is a semi-key issue in the Saint-Gaudens series with the vast majority of the original mintage of 2.3 million pieces melted after 1933. It is very elusive at the MS64 level and all but unobtainable any finer; thus, this piece represents an excellent value for the collector of this popular series. Sharply defined throughout, the surfaces are bright and satiny with a slight deepening of the original patina around the peripheries. Population: 129 in 64, 29 finer at PCGS

1873 1C Doubled Die Obverse FS-101 S-1 VF35 NGC

1873 DDO Closed 3 Indian Cent FS-101 VF35BN NGC Elusive Double Die Obverse Variety Chocolate brown. Just a few light marks are present. This is the top doubled die of the Indian cent series. Highly prized by collectors. The doubling is quite dramatic and very visible on this example, which thanks to its high grade shows the letters of LIBERTY sharply doubled. Offered at $2375

1911-D/D $20 St Gaudens MS66 PCGS

1911-D/D $20 St. Gaudens MS66 PCGS Repunched Mintmark FS-501 he 1911-D Saint-Gaudens double eagle claims a substantial mintage of 846,500 pieces, split between the normal mintmark variety and the popular repunched mintmark variety, FS-501, discovered by Walter Breen in the 1950s. In a study of 400 examples of the 1911-D double eagle, Roger W. Burdette found the repunched mintmark occurred on about 15% of the coins examined. He also discovered there are actually five different repunched mintmark varieties for this date, and it is possible others exist. Currently, only FS-501 is listed in the Cherrypickers Guide. This delightful Premium Gem exhibits sharply detailed design elements throughout, with the large D mintmark repunched left of the original position. The curve of the undertype D is plainly visible to the right of the primary mintmark. The vivid orange-gold surfaces are impeccably preserved, with no mentionable distractions. Especially vibrant mint luster enhances the terrific eye appeal. This interesting repunched mintmark example will be a welcome addition to a fine collection or Registry Set. Asking Price $12,750
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